Updated 05/10/21 – Hyvee is vaccinating 16+
If you have photos of your insurance cards you can upload them, and it makes it easier for Hyvee when you have your appointment. But if you are helping someone else you can click on, “Hyvee has card on file” even if they don’t, and provide your insurance info when you get your shot, to get around the problem.
After scheduling you have an option to print your consent form, and it has the time of your first appointment. We encourage you to save it as proof of scheduling. Email confirmations are mailed, but they are not automated. It appears the pharmacy needs to initiate that action, and they are just so busy, that some have not been sent.
When you go to receive your vaccine at Hyvee bring your medical insurance card (if you have one) and your red, white, and blue medicare card, and wear a mask.
Eligibility at Hyvee – as of 3/10/21
For Minnesota residents only, Hy-Vee is currently vaccinating to the following groups:
- Pre-K through 12 school staff and workers in childcare programs
- Residents 65 years of age and older
- Residents with specific underlying health conditions: sickle cell, Down syndrome, active cancer treatment, immunocompromised from organ transplant, oxygen-dependent chronic lung or heart conditions.
- Residents with rare conditions or disabilities that put them at higher risk of severe illness
- Targeted essential workers: Food processing plant workers
- Residents 45 years of age and older with one or more underlying medical conditions
- Residents 16 years of age and older with two or more underlying medical conditions
- Residents 50 years of age and older in multigenerational housing
- Essential front line workers including: Agricultural, airport staff, additional child care workers not previously eligible, correctional settings, first responders, food production, food retail, food service, judicial system workers, manufacturing, public health workers, public transit and U.S. Postal Service workers.